Society Observing


Society observing at Arlington Village Hall generally starts with an informal informational presentation regarding the current objects viewable in the night skies and then proceeds to observing if the skies are clear. If the skies are not clear general discussion and practical information is offered. This meeting is ideal if you wish to discuss how to use telescopes for observing or imaging, and to see some of the society telescopes in action. Coffee and biscuits are available for a small fee – proceeds to the society. Wrap up warmly as it can get cold.

Location: Arlington Village Hall, The Street, Arlington, Polegate, East Sussex BN26 6RX

 

Feb
4
Fri
2022
Society Observing @ Arlington Village Hall
Feb 4 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Society Observing and Practical Astronomy at Arlington Village Hall

A short(ish) presentation on a practical aspect of astronomy, on a hopefully previously advertised subject in Orbit will be given. After which if it is clear we will have the opportunity to observe at a darker location.

This is the meeting to attend if you want to know how to use your scope, or see some scopes, or how to learn a bit about astrophotography and astronomy.

Mar
4
Fri
2022
Society Observing @ Arlington Village Hall
Mar 4 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Society Observing and Practical Astronomy at Arlington Village Hall

A short(ish) presentation on a practical aspect of astronomy, on a hopefully previously advertised subject in Orbit will be given. After which if it is clear we will have the opportunity to observe at a darker location.

This is the meeting to attend if you want to know how to use your scope, or see some scopes, or how to learn a bit about astrophotography and astronomy.

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